Juno’s second perijove – may the science commence!
Posted by Henrik Melin in Leicester to Jupiter: The Juno Mission on August 24, 2016
The Juno spacecraft is today 3 million km from Jupiter, and it has spent its time in the first of two capture orbits about the planet. These orbits take 53 days to complete and are followed by the main science phase with orbits about 14 days long. The capture orbit itself is designed to keep […]
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